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    Harness & Air Delivery System for Dry Suit whole Cage Diving

    Good evening!

    I am going to be doing some cage diving in temperate waters, therefore, I am wanting to dive my dry suit during the dives. Does anybody know if there is a type of harness system out there that will hold a mini/pony bottle that one could use dive a dry suit while doing some cage diving?

    I greatly appreciate any suggestions or ideas that any of you would know about.
    Thank You!!

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    look at CDG divers original side mount system, just fix a pony bottle to a battery belt basically

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    Also bad etiquette to spam your query across multiple sections of the forum

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    A standard backplate with suit inflation cylinder should do the job.

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    Put a couple of jubilee clips and a bit of webbing on the cylinder then thread it onto a belt like a canister light.

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    If you're in a cage are you likely to be at any great depth, couple of metres at most? I wouldn't be bothered having an inflation source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BcDiver View Post
    If you're in a cage are you likely to be at any great depth, couple of metres at most? I wouldn't be bothered having an inflation source.
    I saw a documentry where 2 girls were cage diving and the winch broke.

    Proud to be a boring health and softy crap following sissie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickpicks View Post
    I saw a documentry where 2 girls were cage diving and the winch broke.

    Did the cage drop 47m by any chance?? 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by BcDiver View Post
    Did the cage drop 47m by any chance?? ��
    You saw it too? Did you notice how she had to swap cylinders underwater, but didn't have an allen key to remove the DIN convertor insert?
    Proud to be a boring health and softy crap following sissie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickpicks View Post
    You saw it too? Did you notice how she had to swap cylinders underwater, but didn't have an allen key to remove the DIN convertor insert?
    You know there was a sequel to that film right ?
    47m uncaged


 
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